HEADTEACHER’S BLOG – 03.04.20
It feels somewhat strange that we now enter a period when we would traditionally break for the Easter Holidays having not seen the vast majority of students for two weeks.
I must say that the staff and I have found it difficult not seeing the students and being in a position to celebrate all of the positivity that the college generates on a daily basis.
I want to take this opportunity to reassure all parents/carers and students that discussions are still constantly taking place focusing on school business. We are continually looking at new ways as to how best we can support our young people and their families through this challenging time.
I would hope that everyone will make the best of the current situation particularly over the holiday period and use this time to focus on their family and friends. In doing so please ensure that you adhere to the government guidelines regarding ‘social distancing’ and remain at home with the exception of those circumstances where exemption applies.
Our students need to take this time to move away from their studies and relax. It should not be underestimated how much emotional pressure this situation will have placed on our young people and indeed on everyone.
All that remains is for me to wish you all well, stay safe and remember to ‘keep talking’.
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